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table bangkate steinle's murder in san francisco prompts a congressional crackdown on illegal immigrants.local activists tell kron four they are worried.they want to criminalize everyone.whoosha north bay man charged with using social media to solicit sex with a 15 year old boy. these crimes are becoming more commonwhooshrobot tech reporter gabe slate shows us how it could make san francisco's tiny apartments a bit more're watching kron four news in prime time. (steve) now at 8. for a second day in a row --- a fire burns dangerously close to homes in the south bay. as wildfire season ramps up. (pam) this fire sent neighbors springing into action to keep the fire from their doorsteps.(pam) thank you for joining us i'm pam moore.(steve) and i'm steve aveson.(pam) the fire has burned more than 80- acres in an east san jose neighborhood that's where we find kron-4's hermela aregawi. hermela are firefighters still out there? (steve) thank you hermela for
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that report. we first told you about this fire on our mobile app. stay connected with push alerts on breaking news in your area. all by using our free kron-4 app. (pam) wildfires are burning across the state tonight. firefighters battling at least 11- active fires.. up and down the coast. and now california senator dianne feinstein is warning.. this go round could be more severe than last
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year. this winter's heavy rains spawned heavy growth .. which has now dried out ... after an early summer heat wave. senator feinstein says, that is a problem. the overabundance of fuel, along with millions of trees that died during the drought.. have create what she calls a "potentially catastrophic scenario" so far this year, wildfires have already burned 30-thousand acres. (pam) ofcourse the weather plays such a significant role in all of this...(steve) our chief meterologist brittney shipp.. has the weather concerns as we approach the fourth of july fireworks season.. seasonable summer pattern will remain in place with a marine layer along the coast
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leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday. (steve) a rider attacked on a bart train on the same day new security cameras were installed. it happened around 11:15 lasst night on a train bound for dublin. bart says a person was punched. then four juvenile suspects took their phone and ran out of the east dublin station. police are still reviewing the video. this all happening on the same day bart said it finished installing cameras. that more than a year and a half after if was discovered bart had been using
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decoys.(steve) a rider attacked on a bart train on the same day new security cameras were installed. it happened around 11:15 lasst night on a train bound for dublin. bart says a person was punched. then four juvenile suspects took their phone and ran out of the east dublin station. police are still reviewing the video. this all happening on the same day bart said it finished installing cameras. that more than a year and a half after if was discovered bart had been using decoys. (pam) we are just days away from the two- year anniversary of kate steinle's death on pier -14 in san francisco.(pam) a tragic shooting that reverberates today.(steve) kron 4's vicki liviakis is here to tell us about a new law introduced in washington named after the young pleasanton woman. (vicki) yeah pam and steve... it was a terrible crime that shocked the bay area... and the rest of the country. kate steinle
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struck by a bullet while walking on pier 14 with her father. the man charged with murder in steinle's death, is a mexican citizen with a prior history of drug convictions and deportations. "kate's law" ... would 'increase' maximum penalties for undocumented immigrants who enter the u-s illegally ... after being deported. the family - filing a lawsuit against san francisco - and backing measures to toughen laws. and today, the house of representatives voted to approve kate's law. those against the bill say it criminalizes all un-documented immigrants.aarti kohli, executive director asian law caucus. " it's been a long standing policy of anti- immigration legislators. an attempt to criminalize everyone who is undocumented and then say oh we're deporting criminal immigrants. it's tragic case, this bill wouldn't change anything that happened." the steinle case continuing to spark more controversy and heated debate about u-s immigration policy. "kate's law" was introduced
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last year in the senate and failed to get the 60 votes it needed. pam, steve, back to you. (pam) san francisco, arguably.. the country's most famous sanctuary city, is poised to pay an undocumented immigrant ... hundreds of thousands of dollars.. for violating its own policy. (steve)kron4's maureen kelly talked to the man today who says he was turned over to ice by s-f-p-d. back in 2015 pedro figueroa zarceno showed up to the police station to recover his stolen car.instead of a getting his ride back..he was turned over. < about how was was lead to ice.>his lawyer says this all stemed because he had a civil warrant issued by an immigration judge on his recordnot a criminal warrant. the asian law causus says the city has admitted they violated the spirt of their sanctuary city policy and have agreed to pay the el salvador native 190-thousand dollars. speaking through his attorney the san francisco resisden t says what happened to him was an injustice.his attorney says while she is happy for this settlement today she is unsettled by today's votes in
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congress cracking down on the undocumented and the santuary cities that shield them.bite the board of supervisors are expected to vote on the settlement next month.maureen kelly kron4 news. (pam) happening tonight. protests as the revised travel ban takes effect.
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it limits who can come into the united states from six, predominantly muslim countries. (pam) immigration lawyers are at the ready at s-f-o ... to offer free legal advice. (steve) and they are also preparing for the kron-4's dan kerman tells us those attorneys say it's possible that passengers could be detained. at sfo thursday, travelers arrived at the international terminal like any other day, however in additional to families there were also immigration attorneys on hand. sot nuha abusamra/aroc immigration attorney 09-15we are all available to assist any families that are waiting for family members who are currently being detained.the attorneys are preparing for trouble with president trumps revised travel ban. under the new rules to obtain a visa, citizens from syria, sudan, somalia, libya, iran and yemen
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must prove a "bona fide relationship" with a parent, spouse, son, daughter, son-in- law, daughter-in-law or sibling already in the united states. it does not include other relationships such as grandparents, grandchildren, aunts and uncles. sotthis is written differently but still has racist undertones and will still impact the arab and muslim communitythose who already have been issued visas should be able to enter the u.s., but immigration attorneys are expecting the worstsotwe can anticipate them being detained at the airport, that's the short answerlate in the afternoon a handful of demonstrators showed up to protest the ban for its part sfo has taken it upon itself to post these signs with the aclu's number in case there are problems. as for families waiting for loved ones, mos
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were aware of the revised ban sot omar dargos/fremont resident 129-137i'm concerned for humanity and the state of flux this is going to create will be painful for a lot of folksstandup dan kerman/sfo 138-147so far no reports of anyone being immigration attorneys say they will remain on hand in case there is a problem. at sfo, dan kerman kron 4 news. (pam) an argument between two close friends turns deadly ... when one allegedly runs the other down with her car. now the driver is facing murder charges. it happened around 7:15 -tuesday morning , at the intersection of north leigh avenue and montemar way, in campbell... police say, it all started when two women were arguing inside the car... the driver pulled over ... and they started arguing in the street , before police say, 23-year- old elsie de la rosa ... got back behind the wheel.. and ran the other woman over before taking off...
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together to see what was so bad that they were fighting about to end her life....."> (pam) the next day... de la rosa was arrested and she is now being held without bail... it is not clear what led to the altercation or why it turned deadly. and police have not yet released the identity of the victim... this is the city of campbell's first homicide in two -years. ahead at eight.. left alone and badly injured on the streets --- a pit bull pup is now recovering. but animal officials worry there could be more .. plus. a california judge blocks a law days before taking effect. what gun owners will be allowed to keep --- for now. and next. a north bay man accused of sex with an underage boy. the social media app he used to contact him. (steve) and you'll want to celebrate july 4th with kron-4. watch live fireworks from around the bay
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area and across the nation. you won't want to miss it july 4-th live kicks off tuesday at 9 p.m. right here on the bay area's news station [ indistinct chatter ] [ intense music playing ] it's here, but it's going by fast. the opportunity of the year is back: the mercedes-benz summer event. get to your dealer today for incredible once-a-season offers, and start firing up those grilles. lease the gle350 for $579 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. (pam) in the north bay...
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a petaluma man is behind bars tonight, after police charged him with multiple sex crimes... against a young boy. (steve) now investigators say the suspect met his victim through a popular smart phone
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app. kron four's philippe djegal explains... (philippe) 23-year-old alex battaglia was arrested at his home in petaluma wednesday afternoon. randy says he's lived next door to battaglia and his family on sequoia drive for 13-years. he says he knew battaglia is gay... noting he recently broke up with his boyfriend... but couldn't imagine battaglia, who works in retail and studied cullinary arts, would have ever been accused of having sex with an underage boy.rand/neighbor- "i'm blown away here. i never thought that he would go that way, with the minor kids." petaluma police detective sergeant paul gilman says battaglia has been charged with mutiple sex crimes against a minor, including sodomy. gilman says battaglia's victim is a 15- year-old boy he met through the smartphone dating app for gay men called, grindr.paul gilman/petaluma police dept- "they, uh, chatted through that app for a while. they
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exchange some sexually explicit material and they ultimately met for, uh, what they determined to be a date." gilman says battaglia may not have been aware that the boy was a minor the first time they met. but adds they got together two more times, and on both of those occasions, battaglia knew the boy was underage. to create an account, the grindr app requires an email address, password and date of birth . but there's no mechanism to actually verify a member's true age.paul gilman/petaluma police dept- "we do know that, uh, people under the age of 18 can lie about their age to get onto the app." in this case, the victim's mother found out about the relationship and called police. the investigation spanned about six months before battaglia was arrested. and, police say battaglia has admitted to exchanging sexually explicit materials with up to a dozen other minors. gilman says parents should keep a close eye on their kids' online activity, to get ahead of situations like this.paul gilman/petaluma police dept- "kids nowadays can be far more savvy than their parents. uh, we need to have those conversations so we know where to look and how to look."
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neighbor randy says battaglia has had a rough go of it recently. his father passed away last year and he was recently arrested for d- u-i.randy/neighbor- "i'm, i'm shocked to say the least." battaglia is currently being held at the sonoma county jail. his bail set at 51-thousand dollars. he is due in court friday. in petaluma, philippe djegal, kron four news. a 9-month old puppy found badly injured and wandering the streets of east palo alto... is making a full recovery.. someone had apparently tied the pup's muzzle shut, leaving her with deep scars and a swollen face... she was brought to the penninsula humane society in burlingame.. she was named gabby.. and now the staff is hoping to find her a new home...
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actually happened to her. and we have been asking the public that if they know anything about this little girl just to give us a call and let us know. there's always a concern that whoever injured gabby could be injuring other dogs as well.>(pam) 'gabby' is now vaccinated and has a microchip.. the humane society says.. her adoption fee is 120- dollars. (steve) a federal judge is blocking a law that would have banned gun magazines holding more than ten bullets. the san diego based judge says the law would have made criminals of thousands of otherwise law-abiding citizens. the law would have gone into effect on saturday. (steve) on the penninsula a warning going out after a mountain lion was spotted near interstate 280 this morning.. the big cat was spotted around 10 oclock in san carlos... it was seen roaming right near crestview drive and tulip lane. mountain lions are frequently spotted in this area... but they are not a major threat to humans. however, if you see one with cubs nearby... experts say... do not approach it.
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(pam) a live look outside at s-f-o tonight ... travelers likely starting to head in for holiday visits in the bay area ..(steve)brittney has the weather forecast seasonable summer pattern will remain in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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a driver in fear for her life -- after rocks are hurled at her car on the highway. then she found out -- she wasn't the only one.
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a driver in fear for her life -- after rocks are hurled at her car on the highway. then she found out -- she wasn't the only one.
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(( pam - landing vo)) as living spaces in urban areas continue to shrink, new technology is being developed .. to help maximize small apartment space. if you have lived in a studio, you know how much that can matter. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate got a look at some robotic furniture ..which transforms your living triple. i'm inside a small studio apartment it's under 500 square feet....right now it's in living room mode. the press of a button the ori system starts to move revealing a bed this is a full size but you can have bigger it also reveals a lot of storage and a closet it's like robotic
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furniture shape shifting living space into what you need for it right at that time if you need a bigger living room you can have that or you can put it in bedroom mode.. besides these built-in buttons.. there's an app that lets you control the positions you can also activate a change with your could use the tv screen as your monitor my living roomhasier larrea, with ori systems, said they built this with couples in mind.... to split a small area and make it more livable...
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ahead at eight.. booming fireworks can often send dogs bolting in fear. how you can help calm your pet this july-4 th weekend. plus. a man infected with a flesh-eating bacteria. the common area where he thinks he contracted the potentially deadly infection. and next. president trump is no stranger to twitter controversies. but some say, this time --- he went too far with comments targeting a woman's appearance. ((brittney tease))i'm kron 4
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meteorologist brittney shipp. coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast.details are right after the break.
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mr president do you regret sending out those tweetsthe american people elected somebody who is tough, who's smart, and who's a fighter. that's donald trump (steve) the president slamming two news anchors on msnbc...joe scarborough and mika brzezinski, on twitter he called them "low i.q. crazy mika and psycho joe, " he said they came to his palm beach home three nights in a row around new year's eve, and insisted on joining him. the president claimed brzezinski was bleeding badly from a face- lift, and concluded, "i said no!"bipartisan revulsion at the president's words.but as
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catherine heenan showsus ... no apologies at the white house. "look everybody wants to make this an attack on a woman. what about the attacks that he receives?"deputy white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders portrayed president trump as both a victim and a counterpuncher."i think he's been very clear that when he gets attacked he's going to hit back."brzezinski responded by posting a picture on her twitter page, showing back of a cheerios cereal box saying: "made for little hands."alaska senator lisa murkowski was more direct, tweeting, "stop it!"maine's susan collins added, "this has to stop." their two republican votes are vital to the president's efforts to replace obamacare. "this cannot go on any longer"bay area women in congress condemned the president. "it is so beneath the dignity of the president of the united
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states." "i'm appalled. this is the president of the united states. you don't do things like that, you don't attack women."(back to the 5)no comment from first lady melania trump, who has made combatting one of her main focuses in house.reporters were referred to her comments on the campaign trail last year:the president's spokeswoman said he is doing what the voters want. "look, the american people elected a fighter. they didn't elect somebody to sit back and do nothing. they knew what they were getting when they voted for donald trump and he won overwhelmingly."a new poll out this week found seven out of ten americans believe the president's tweets are reckless and distracting.the unfavorable opinion cuts groups, races, incomes and catherine four news. (pam) well, the 4th of july is just a few days away. and 'safe and sane' legal fireworks already on sale ... but that might not be fun for all... especially for our four legged companions. so the peninsula humane society is asking people to be aware.. that pets.. especially dogs.. can be frightened by fireworks. every year around this time, the humane society sees a dramatic increase in the number of dogs being brought- in off the street. these are usually pets that were left in a backyard... which got scared and ran off... when they heard fireworks. the humane society suggests ... keeping dogs indoors, avoid taking them to public fireworks shows .... and if
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needed, talk to a veterinarian about giving dogs sedatives or tranquiliers .. to help them relax. (steve) live look at the golden gate bridge..(pam) brittney has the forecast seasonable summer pattern will remain in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday. (steve)if you've ever driven in san francisco you've no doubt found yourself stuck behind someone with their 'park anywhere' lights activated .... or in laymans terms.. their hazard lights.
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(steve) of july holiday.
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(steve)if you've ever driven in san francisco you've no doubt found yourself stuck behind someone with their 'park anywhere' lights activated .... or in laymans terms.. their hazard lights. (pam) well among the worst culprits are uber and lyft drivers who are clogging city streets ... and its making lots of other drivers see red.. getting from point a to point b in san francisco has always been a challenge. but some challenges are completely avoidable roll you window down there is a parking space behind you why didn't you just park instead of blocking traffic im just in a hurry sir what i'm just in a hurry you were in a hurry yea so
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everyone else in not in a hurry i caught sight of the uber eats driver while i was cruising down chestnut street in san francisco, i go around the block expecting him to be gone ...but before i could even get there .see this right turn only sign? watch this driver with her right turn signal on turn left nats ambiance as i approach the double parked uber eats which made this muni bus cross into oncoming traffic behind the car was a perfectly usable parking spot it's commercial until 11 it was 11:30 i just never updated the dashcam timestamp nat: ambiance allow me to introduce you to a new feature i call dashcam follies where i simply drive around and see what my dashcam captures like this uber passing me up by using the transit lane as a work around ..not permitted nats: ambiance how about this uber using the bicycle lane to pass on the right of me . again
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not permitted it had uber and lyft dress trade on the front but not on the back as required by state lawthis red uber again double parked on chestnut street with no clear intention to move so there the driver sitswhile other drivers are forced to go around nats ambiance ok now im not sure if this driver is broke down or simply stopped on ofarrell it had no decals so i not sure what going on it was just sitting there nats: ambiance now to be fair its not just uber and lyft because finding delivery trucks double parked has become standard operating procedure if there is parking available but the truth is when you have 47 thousand ridehail drivers from all over the state converge on san franciso parking where ever they like and often blocking traffic to the point where it making people upset very upset so uber and lyft drivers, if you can find legal place to park, maybe just maybe people won't have so many negative preceptions . remember preception is the new reality in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news impact so loud --- she
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thought it was gunfire. and a driver says she wasn't the only one targeted someone throwing rocks during rush hour. and next. a man contracts a potentially deadly bacteria ... the popular place where he thinks he got infected.
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(pam) a man from phoenix, arizona .... spent a week in the hospital... after being diagnosed with a flesh -eating bacteria. he believes he was infected... while visiting a popular spot where families go to beat the heat. jonathan daggett went to a splash pad about two weeks ago... a couple days later, his thigh swelled up and turned red... daggett went to the hospital and was rushed into surgery and ultimately had to undergo dialysis... doctors say, they don't know for sure how and where daggett was infected, but say, the best way to protect yourself is to treat and cover any cuts
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and scrapes before going into any water park ... (pam) police are looking for the suspects who threw rocks at multiple cars on a freeway in georgia..(steve) thankfully no one was hurt..but there was some major damage to the cars.(steve) some witnesses say they saw teens throwing rocks from a cliff that hugs interstate 85 in atlanta. this is damage done to one of the cars... the driver says her nine year old daughter was almost hit..but was crouched over right when the rock was thrown.. another driver says she thought someone fired a gun at her car.. police say that is not the first time people have thrown rocks from that cliff... some drivers say they will now try to avoid that part of the highway in sports -- for the
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second year in a row ... the warriors superstars rank among the most popular jerseys in the n-b-a... find out where steph curry and the rest of the players.. placed this year plus -- former a's and giants pitcher will be back in the bay area this weekend -- gary will tell us what zito will be doing at the coliseum on saturday -- gary has all the sports coming up
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applications for unemployment are rising. unemplyment is still good under 350..we add jobs in the u-s. that sounds good..could depend. unemployment is at a 16 year low.. jobless rate so low
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some jobs are struglling to find workers. higher income jobs are unfilled. renting or owning? people have to think about it american dream was always to buy a house.. last year rent went down 60 bucks. there's online calculators to decide on rent or buy. send your questions to rob's facebook page and we'll answer them on airyou need a local bank with global strenght
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we are a couple of days away from the n-b-a free agency and the warriors could be losing andre iguodala due the team iguodala due losing andre could be losing andre
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iguodala due the team having a luxury tax issue. andre iguodala is a hot commodity this free agency period... several teams are after the veteran forward the spurs, clippers, jazz and timberwolves reportedly just some of the many teams interested in the 2015 finals mvp. reports say he could receive up to 20-million- dollars a season...and the warriors may not be able to go that high mainly because the team is expected to sign both steph curry and kevin durant to massive extension deal shaun livingston...als o expected to meet with other teams. and here are the final totals for the most popular jerseys
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in the nba this season... based on overall sales at nba- curry is still the king... ranking nmber-1 on the list... he is followed by lebron james... warriors teammate kevin durant is 3rd... klay thompson checked in at number 10 and draymond green was 11th turning to the a's-- the green and gold in houston...wrapping up a series with the astros. bottom 1st-- former a josh reddick...puts a charge into this one...looks like a homer until matt joyce snatches it out of the sky. bottom 4th-- a's up 1-nothing...carlo s correa with a two-run shot. he finished the day with a pair of jacks. --astros go on to win 6-1... a's back home tomorrow to host the braves. today to travel to pittsburgh. (wipe to barry zito)
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this saturday the a's will welcome back barry zito to the coliseum the team is welcoming him back to be part of the 'turn back the clock festivities' they will be celebrating zito's 15th anniversary season of winning the american league c-y young award in 2002 -- and miguel tajeada's m-v-p season. oakland will be giving a bobblehead giveaway of both players. former catcher, ramon hernandez will be at braves game this weekend this week's lexus ultimate highlight jae-gyun hawng. in the giants series finale against the rockies -- hawng smacks a go-ahead homer... for his first major league hit he is the first korean-born player in giants history to hit a home run. giants win 5-3
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we sat down recently with new 49ers general manager john lynch .. and touched on a number of subjects... including the transition from broadcasting to executive... what to expect from the team next season and in the future under his direction... and how much his sterling personality played into his hiring(sot: john lynch)
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"i hope that they would want a little more substance than that.""that's obvious, you're football background, but when jed all of a sudden says 'gee, this guy can make people feel good' "yeah, i think this plays neat into feel good. there's been a negaive cloud around this place the last couple of years. there's a lot of instability. what allowed me to be confident, guys like elway who stepped in and said 'look, forget that you haven't done it in this role. you can surround yourself with people to help you with the procedural stuff, but it's football. trust your instincts and you'll be great. but what i keep on being reminded is that we haven't played a game yet.""i can see your undefeated" "we're undefeated so it's all good right now." and tune into sports night live this sunday at 9pm for the full lynch interview as he hits on all topics "49ers" in santa clara the 49ers held their second annual football and steam academy summer program. the orgnization's mission is to impact the local youth by helping students learn about football and accel in
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science... technology... engineering... arts... and mathematics. the 49ers inivted nearly 200 campers over the last two weeks at no cost the three-day camp culminated with a "graduation" ceremony at levi's stadium the raiders keep spending big. first it was derek carr singing his 125-million dollar contract today it was right guard, gabe jackson. the 2014 third-round pick signed a 5-year contract extension worth 56 million dollars... 26-million is guaranteed. the raiders offensive lineman new contract will keep him with the team through the 2022 season.
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according to reports -- khali mack is not expect to sign a new deal until after the 2018 season the reason is because of the team spending the team's salary cap on carr and jackson.
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tonight at 10 with all the snatch and grab robberies that have been happening on bart. there is a low tech way of keeping thieves at bay, it's something as simple as giving the crooks the finger i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly (steve) if you are planning on getting away for the fourth of are not alone.(pam) triple-a is predicting a record breaking number of americans will travel this holiday weekend.(pam) more than
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44- million americans are expected to go 50 miles or either car -- boat -- plane or train. most people -- about 37 million -- will drive to their destinations. cheaper gas prices this year -- as compared to last -- will help drivers save some cash. for those planning to fly -- airfare and car rental rates are also predicted to be lower this year. (steve) we are counting down to july-4th... and you can celebrate right at home. watch live fireworks from five locations around the bay area and all across the nation july 4-th live kicks off tuesday at 9 p.m. right here on the bay area's news station. last weather and goodbye
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guard: prisoner on the move! guard: ready to transport! news anchor: an angry crowd is gathering downtown where prosecutor-turned-killer heather taffet is expected to arrive at the courthouse for a final appeal. officer: pull out! news anchor: also known as the "gravedigger," taffet was sentenced to death for a single kidnap-murder, after escaping conviction for a string of similar crimes. are you nervous, dr. sweets? you seem uncomfortable. i'm fine. i'm merely here to comply with your request for psychological counseling during transport. are you comfortable? right. i do appreciate the company. on death row, one spends so much time alone, it... tests the sanity. oh, i assure you,


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